Archinect - Features 2017-08-20T19:25:05-04:00 https://archinect.com/features/article/150019075/announcing-the-winners-of-archinect-uk-portfolio-competition-2017 Announcing the winners of Archinect UK Portfolio Competition 2017! Ellen Hancock 2017-07-27T04:09:00-04:00 >2017-07-27T11:08:11-04:00 <img src="https://d38w84nuu9j2kr.cloudfront.net/uploads/qf/qf2ns8zzqh6wi883.gif" width="5413" height="3537" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Earlier this year, we launched the&nbsp;<a href="http://archinect.com/news/article/150008213/call-for-entries-archinect-uk-portfolio-competition-2017" target="_blank">UK portfolio competition</a>&nbsp;to celebrate and expose the wealth of fantastic work already up on Archinect as well as to encourage individuals not registered to upload and share their work with our global online community.</p> https://archinect.com/features/article/149999697/from-the-farnsworth-to-wikileaks-metahaven-on-transparency-propaganda-and-design From the Farnsworth to Wikileaks: Metahaven on Transparency, Propaganda and Design Nicholas Korody 2017-03-30T06:15:00-04:00 >2017-03-30T12:10:29-04:00 <img src="https://d38w84nuu9j2kr.cloudfront.net/images/650x/ur/ur0yoawxbv0aylbg.jpg" width="650" height="366" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Where are we? Somewhere in Eastern Ukraine, July 18, 2014&mdash;the day after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down, killing all 238 passengers as well as the fifteen crew members on board. Later, Russian media would suggest that the shooting was an attempt to assassinate Vladimir Putin; that it was shot down by Ukrainians by mistake; that Ukrainian air traffic controllers had intentionally misdirected the plane over a war zone; that it was an attempt to smear the pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine. Other stories spread: the plane was filled with 100 AIDS researchers or already-dead bodies and explosives. Eventually, the news cycle moved on.&nbsp;</p> https://archinect.com/features/article/149970063/documenting-stefan-sagmeister-s-meticulous-entertaining-solipsism-in-the-happy-film Documenting Stefan Sagmeister's Meticulous, Entertaining Solipsism in "The Happy Film" Julia Ingalls 2016-10-07T14:34:00-04:00 >2016-10-11T00:14:20-04:00 <img src="https://d38w84nuu9j2kr.cloudfront.net/images/650x/io/iortm6zdsfrapjz7.jpg" width="650" height="366" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Graphic designer par excellence Stefan Sagmeister, bored with creating iconic album covers for The Talking Heads and Lou Reed (among others), decided to document his search for love and greater meaning over a six year period with collaborators Ben Nabors and the late Hillman Curtis. The result, "The Happy Film", is an occasionally affecting tour of one man&rsquo;s methodical, gorgeous solipsism.</p> https://archinect.com/features/article/149963617/screen-print-43-beautifully-banal-by-architecture-hero Screen/Print #43: 'Beautifully Banal' by Architecture Hero Julia Ingalls 2016-08-24T09:00:00-04:00 >2016-10-28T02:34:47-04:00 <img src="https://d38w84nuu9j2kr.cloudfront.net/images/650x/j3/j3ljjka0lipchex1.jpg" width="650" height="833" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><em>Beautifully Banal,</em>&nbsp;a marvelously detailed, narrative-driven exploration of architectural drawing types via a fly&rsquo;s structural adventures, is both a slender comic and an architectural delight.</p> https://archinect.com/features/article/111514086/screen-print-26-intern-magazine-interview-with-jessica-walsh-of-sagmeister-walsh Screen/Print #26: Intern Magazine, interview with Jessica Walsh of Sagmeister & Walsh Amelia Taylor-Hochberg 2014-10-20T16:58:00-04:00 >2014-10-30T11:33:31-04:00 <img src="https://d38w84nuu9j2kr.cloudfront.net/images/650x/3i/3i1womlnld5kmaah.jpg" width="514" height="721" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><em><a href="http://intern-mag.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Intern Magazine</strong></a></em> is devoted to &ldquo;intern culture&rdquo; in the creative industries, elevating the talents of an oft under-valued workforce in a classy, bi-annual glossy. Part polemic and part showcase, the magazine is dissatisfied upfront with the current state of unpaid/underpaid intern labor, and hopes its pages can provoke a reevaluation of the too-often exploited population.</p> https://archinect.com/features/article/9794/cover-page-archive Cover Page Archive Paul Petrunia 2004-11-03T13:00:41-05:00 >2011-12-14T15:40:06-05:00 <img src="https://d38w84nuu9j2kr.cloudfront.net/images/650x/c3/c3c1apjg93fy10lc.jpg" width="650" height="446" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p> From September 1999 to November 2001 we commissioned many of the most groundbreaking designers in the emerging new web design medium to design a monthly cover page for Archinect. The mission was to create a cover page invoking an architectural theme, using the tools that each designer was most comfortable working with.</p>